MySpace opens online music store

September 5, 2006 at 11:42 am | Posted in tech | 1 Comment

MySpace has partnered with SnoCap ( started by Napster founder Shawn Fanning) to drive music sales to its 70 million members.  The emphasis is on music created by independent musicians.  Artists will be able to set their own price per track with a cut going to MySpace.  Myspace members will be able to post tracks on their site to sell to visitors. 

I wonder if Myspace members will get a cut of the music sold through their own pages? 

Read the official word at

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